>> no, i don't think either one of them represents change. matterof fact, i've always categorized all my opponents as fitting into one category. they more or less support the status quo. i mean, how many of them are challenging the foreign policy? ow many challenge, you know, the monetary system? how many people challenge the welfare system? how many want real cuts? nobody else is offering real cuts, you ow, i spending. and i offer real cuts. so i would say they're all a variation of defending the status quo. and i think that's why there's so much frustration, and people are hopping around, they're looking for somebody, and i think,uite frankly, that might be the reason we're going up in the polls, and you know, we ill have a few weeks to go, so we'll ve to waitnd see what happens. >> let me ask you about foreign policy, since you raised it. last night it was gingrich, who first made news on saturday b saying t palestinians were, in his words an inventive people, and he defded that lastight saying that there are major elements of the palestinian leadership that are committed to israel's destruction, and he added this -- >> somebody oughto have the courage to te the truth.